Chris E.

asked • 08/05/17

How do you calculate the surface area of a cylinder cut in half, and then in quarters, and then in eighths?

This is for a chemistry practical involving alka-seltzer tablets. As we increase the surface area, the rate of reaction should increase as well.

Mark M.

Are you slicing it like a sausage (parallel to the bases) or through the bases?
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Kenneth S. answered • 08/05/17

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